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The first secession flag. --The bark Abigail, owned by John Currie, Jr., arrived here yesterday afternoon from Rio via New York. On getting into port she hoisted the flag of the Southern Confederacy, the first hoisted in this harbor. She will be open to visits from the public this afternoon after 3 o'clock.
The first secession flag. --The bark Abigail, owned by John Currie, Jr., arrived here yesterday afternoon from Rio via New York. On getting into port she hoisted the flag of the Southern Confederacy, the first hoisted in this harbor. She will be open to visits from the public this afternoon after 3 o'clock.
and Wm. Childress, for stealing watermelons and beating Wm. and Jos. R. Rennie. Six presentments against Wm. Frank, for unlawful gaming and retailing ardent spirits. Four cases against John Noker, for retailing ardent spirits. Valentine Heckler, presented in six cases, for unlawful gaming, keeping bowling alleys without license, and indicted for keeping a disorderly house, and allowing music and dancing on the Sabbath day. John P. Sled and Frank Britton, presented for Illegal voting on the 24th May last. Wm. Cornet, presented for retailing ardent spirits-- three cases. Granville Montville, John Currie, and Joshua Currie, for an assault on T. Moseley. E. D. Fitch, Wm. E. Patterson, and others, for an assault on C. Geuit. Thos. W. P. Goodman, for maintaining by speech that owners have no right of property in their slaves. M. C. Jordan, Mary Ann Mountcastle, and Sarah Sullivan, presented for keeping a disorderly and dissolute house. John Cornett and Mary Riddle, for same offence.
lets. Proceeds of Dr. Read's Lecture at Pulaski, Tenn., through B. Shepard, $74.35. Mrs. E. M. Maben, 11 pairs gloves, 4 pairs socks, and 2 flannel shirts. Ladies of Dr. Baker's Church, through Dr. Lazarus, 30 pairs gloves. Miss Mordecai, 2 pairs socks. Pike Powers, a lot of books. From --, 17 sentinel caps. Misses Myers, 2 pairs gloves. Miss Lizzie Leake, Rockingham co., 11 prs. gloves. Miss Todd and Mrs. Taylor, Nottoway, 24 shirts. Mrs. John Currie, Jr., 10 pairs socks. Through office of "Central Presbyterian," 11 pairs socks. Leighton Nuckolls's daughters, Frederick's Hall, Louisa, 24 pairs socks, for N. W. Sharon Church, King William, 3 bed ticks, 3 pairs sheets, 1 pair socks. North Carolina, 3 sentinel caps, 3 pairs cuffs. St. Paul's Church, through Dr. Lazarus, 6 pairs gloves; other ladies, 4 pairs gloves. Proceeds of Dr. Read's Lecture at Columbia, Tenn., through Messrs. Dale & Akin, $75. Ladi
The names of the following ladies have been added to the list of collectors of the Ladies' Defence Association for Church Hill, viz: Mrs. John Currie, Jr., Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. S. J. Carrington, Mrs.TThos. Baldwin, and Miss Stella Williams.
Sudden death. --Mr. John Currie, Jr. a well known citizen of Richmond, died suddenly yesterday, of apoplexy, while on a visit to his family in Farmville, Va. This gentleman was one of the well known shipping firm of Currie Brothers. The body of deceased will be brought to this city for interment.